Nisemonogatari Episode #10

SHAFT, I hope you can return to the plot instead of playing us with fanservice!

I mean, there’s one episode to go! What’cha gonna do with the ending?

Oh, and as for Shinobu… I think we might not gonna see her eat some Mister Donuts!

BTW, I’m thinking that having a high school Karen-chan might have the same “bishoujo” level as Gahara-san!

Oh boy, looks like Fire Sisters will be out of business soon…

On the other hand, it seems that I lied about Shinobu not eating some donuts on this episode. Sorry!

Now back to the plot… after stripping Tsukihi’s top!

As you can see, Koyomi examines her body to see if she has scars or not. Or rather, if Tsukihi is a phoenix or not. Still, he’s so freakin’ lucky when it comes to his sisters. Although Araragi-kun might not apply his techniques to his harem, maybe it’s plausible if Kanbaru or Shinobu is involved.

On the other hand, it seems that Kaiki is back. What, I thought he’s gone for good!?

Of course, he has some info on those two characters, Yozuru Kagenui and Yotsugi Ononoki, from last week’s episode… unless Araragi-kun pays up that is.

And to take note, Kagenui is the Kyoto-speaking onmyouji while Ononoki is her familiar. Now you know!

And speaking of the devil, they’re here at the Araragi residence. Which means…

They’re here to kill Tsukihi-chan!?

Nooo, they killed Tsukihi!!! NEVER FORGI-

But don’t worry, it’s just a warning shot that they give to her. Which means…

Tsukihi is recovered from that decapitation! Although the onmyouji duo will come back to seal the deal, I think Koyomi-oniichan will have to save Tsukihi even though she might not be his real sister.

Who knows, we might find out the truth… iF SHAFT can conclude Tsukihi Phoenix on the next episode!

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One Response to Nisemonogatari Episode #10

  1. Anise_Punter says:

    SHAFT is so bad; it’s mind-boggling how they can be this bad and still be in business.

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